IEEE Fellows of the UFFC Society

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Gene H. Haertling, 1979,
For contributions to ferroelectric and electrooptic ceramic materials and devices.
Morio Onoe, 1979,
For contributions to the understanding of piezoelectric phenomena and the development of piezoelectric filters.
John Vinton Bouyoucos, 1978,
For contributions to the field of hydrodynamic energy conversion devices.
Erich Hafner, 1978,
For contributions to the improvement of piezoelectric crystals and frequency control devices.
Gerhard M. Sessler, 1977,
For contributions to the field of electroacoustic transducers, particularly the electret microphone.
Albert Macovski, 1976,
For contributions to television engineering.
Walter Welkowitz, 1976,
For contributions to the analysis of cardiovascular systems and to the development of heart-assist devices.
Leonard S. Cutler, 1974,
For contributions to the design of atomic frequency standards and to the theory and measurement of frequency stability.
Cecil E. Land, 1974,
For contributions to ferroelectric materials and devices.
Bertram A. Auld, 1973,
For contributions to the theory of microwave ferrite devices and microwave acoustics.
Irving Kaufman, 1973,
For contributions to microwave electronics, and to education.
Don A. Berlincourt, 1972,
For development and characterization of new piezoelectric materials that have had major impact on transducer and wave filter technology.
Masaru Ibuka, 1972,
For contributions to the development and application of solid-state devices in consumer and computer electronics.
William J. Spencer, 1972,
For contributions to the theory and development of piezoelectric devices for communication systems.
Stephen W. Tehon, 1972,
For contributions to the understanding and application of electroacoustic devices.
Richard M. White, 1972,
For contributions to the discovery and applications of surface acoustic waves.
Tatsuji Nomura, 1971,
For contributions and leadership in the field of broadcasting and television engineering.
H. Warren Cooper, III, 1970,
For contributions to antenna development, microwave integrated circuit development, and the application of microwave techniques to aircraft landing systems.
Gerald W. Farnell, 1970,
For research in microwave optics and solid-state electronics.
Hung C. Lin, 1969,
For contributions to semiconductor electronics and circuits and pioneering of integrated circuits.
Vernon L. Newhouse, 1968,
For contributions to magnetic and superconducting memory elements and their applications in computers.
Arthur Uhlir, Jr., 1967,
For original contributions to the theory, development, and applications of varactor diodes in parametric amplifiers.
Gordon S. Kino, 1966,
For contributions to the design of electron guns and to high frequency behavior of gaseous plasmas.
Louis J. Cutrona, IRE Fellow 1962,
For contributions to airborne radar and optical data processing.
Glen Wade, IRE Fellow 1962,
For contributions to parametric amplification.
Arthur A. Oliner, IRE Fellow 1961,
For contributions to network representation of microwave structures.
Paul Rosenberg, IRE Fellow 1961,
For contributions to the field of electron physics.
Gustave Shapiro, IRE Fellow 1961,
For contributions to the development of electronic miniaturization techniques and components.
John A. M. Lyon, AIEE Fellow 1959,
For contributions to engineering education.
Charles F. Horne Jr., IRE Fellow 1958,
For his contributions to the field of communications in both military and civilian applications.
Otto H. Schmitt, IRE Fellow 1955,
For his contributions to the application of electronics to the study of living organisms.
Marvin Chodorow, IRE Fellow 1954,
For his contributions to the theory and design of klystron tubes.
Leo L. Beranek, IRE Fellow 1952,
For his contributions in research, teaching and administration in the fields of acoustics and speech communication.
Robert Adler, IRE Fellow 1951,
For his developments of transmission and detection devices for frequency-modulated signals and of electromechanical filter systems.